- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1889 KB
- Print Length: 251 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1978120745
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075TBY5VP
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 17 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #36,494 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A Little Too Late Kindle Edition
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I adored this follow up book and loved the fact that it was a single father finding love. It beats the stereotypical norms of books I am used to reading, and it's refreshing, original and done so well that I feel like I know these characters in real life.
A Little Too Late is an honest story about a man (Charlie) who after being career driven is forced to become a single parent when his wife walks away from their family. He realizes quickly in her absence that he is unable to care for his two young children to the best of his ability and seeks a nanny, which is the answer to all his prayers.
Hannah's a natural who has a maternal instinct embodied in her warm and loving character, which enables her to quickly start repairing a family who has been broken apart.
Charlie is just adorable, I instantly took to him and his fears over parenting and failing is relatable and truthful. Their story had me hooked and I couldn't put the book down from start to finish.
Everything within the story is beautifully written and I always feel like it's a real person scribing their story. I would recommend to anyone who loves romance stories that are original, current and have a bit more than your standard happily ever after tales.
If you read the amazing A Thousand Letters this is Charlie's story, a man in crisis, his wife has left him with their children to bring up on his own, he struggles with work and all the responsibilities being both parents brings while trying to hold his job down and look after his children. Interviewing for an Au Pair along comes Hannah and it is evident from the very start that they have a bond and we the reader get to watch the connection that grows between them more and more each day. They try to fight it because he is her employer and his kids nanny but she is just fantastic at her job; the kids love her and she brings a breathe of fresh air to an otherwise house that is devoid of so many things. Both have been hurt and both are dealing with the fall out from relationships and circumstances; in each other they find a connection to help one another.
Staci Hart has a special bond with the characters she writes, she peels back every layer of her characters and exposes their feelings and emotions, their faults, the highs and the lows of their lives until you feel every ounce of emotion poured into that book. This is a warm, loving, romantic and sexy story with touches of angst - it is just the right combination to make this the most enjoyable wonderful book that I read straight through.
A must read that really should not be missed.
There was no depth to the characters or the story line- the whole book was rushed. I almost gave up reading the book several times, but carried on reading as I assumed the book would get better... it didn’t.
The book was filled with spelling and grammar mistakes, as well as missing out complete words in sentences. The odd mistake I understand, but I was tempted to go through the book with a highlighter. Someone needs to have a word with the publisher!
I really struggled to read this book.... and I read 2-3 books a week.
What frustrates me is it cost over ten pounds to buy and it definitely wasn’t worth it. If it had only cost a couple of pounds, which I think it’s worth, then the poor publishing and lack of depth to the storyline wouldn’t of bothered me so much.
If I could return this book and get a refund I would.
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